from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Officer Candidate School
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- Old Church Slavonic
- outer continental shelf
- officer candidate school
- Office of Contract Settlement
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OCS is the latest piece in the software giant's campaign to give corporations fresh reasons to buy pricey Office upgrades for what Microsoft calls "information workers."
I wonder about my classmates in OCS for the Marines and OTS for the Air Force.
And, of course, 'OCS' - what most people call all of the above
Unfortunately I took a little too much advantage of the sag and was one of about 12 boats called OCS and given a starting penalty and removed at the windward mark.
If they graduate with their degree, they are allowed to go through a program called the OCS
When one OCS Enterprise Eoice (EV) user called another OCS user and that user re-directed the call to Voice Mail, the call got re-directed back to the caller.
After appearing to get away to near perfect starts Hutchinson and Campbell were called OCS and had to make an agonising return to restart.
There were few rule 42 penalties regardless of light air and sloppy swell, and there were zero boats called OCS during this past regatta.
At the start Mike Golding on Ecover 3 was was called OCS and returned.
I went to OCS which is located near the old Butler Gymnasium.